From the October 1995 issue of Fire Engineering:
“The images of the April 19 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City have become worldwide icons, and many of them involve firefighters. From the classic photo of the firefighter cradling a mortally injured child to footage of grimy helmeted men and women during the agonizing recovery effort, America came to know Oklahoma and the public safety workers who came to our aid.”
April 19, 2015, is the 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. Below is coverage from the October 1995 issue of Fire Engineering covering the response to this incident–from initial units to USAR teams, to EMS transport.
- The Oklahoma City Bombing: Report and Analysis
- Rescue Operations: Doing Battle with the Building
- First In: Actions of Engine Company 1
- Victims by the Hundreds: EMS Response and Command
- Rescue Command